Profile card hover effect HTML CSS

Profile Card Hover Effect

Hello everyone, In this post, we will learn how to create a profile card hover effect using HTML and CSS only. In the last post, we discussed how to create a Bouncing ball animation Html CSS. But now at this moment let us see how to create a responsive profile card hover effect using HTML and CSS.

Profile card hovers effect:

Companies show it to their customers so, that they can feel secure. It has a piece of brief information about that worker and all the basic information about that member.

On Hover

As you can see in the image we have created a profile card of different employees of the company. It has a hover effect. When you hover over it then it shows a beautiful hover effect with social media icons. It also shows a borderline near the borders.

How to create a Profile card hover effect?

We can create it in three steps and it is so simple to create it. First, download an IDE for writing the code of Html and CSS. IDE is a code editor and it provides the environment to write the code of any programming language. You can use notepad, vs code or sublime text 3, etc.

Source code of HTML:

It’s a markup language and it is used to create the content/skeleton of the project or design. Its code is given below and you can copy it for your use and use it in your Html file.

Source code of CSS:

It is also a markup language and we use it to design our project. The code for design is given below and you can design the profile card if you are gonna use this code along with HTML code.

Download source code:

In some cases, people don’t know how to create new HTML and CSS files and don’t know how to connect them with each other. For those, we have created a file and in this file all the necessary files are present. You can access it from the below download button.

If you have any type of query then comment below and we will try our best to answer your problem.

Thanks for reading this article.

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